Planned Giving

Through a planned gift to the Tulsa Botanic Garden, you have the opportunity to support the Garden and receive lifetime benefits important to your financial future.  

The most common planned gift is a bequest in your will or living trust. Other planned gifts include: 

  • A charitable gift annuity
  • A charitable remainder trust
  • A charitable lead trust
  • Retirement plan assets
  • Life insurance policies
  • And more… 

 When you include the Tulsa Botanic Garden in your estate plans, you help sustain the Garden's mission and provide support for its landscape and programs for generations to come. A legacy gift can take many forms and sizes. 

 We are pleased that you have an interest in learning about the many benefits of making a planned gift. 

This information is not intended as legal or financial planning advice. An attorney specializing in estate and charitable gift planning is essential to advise you about the best charitable estate planning strategies. It is also important to include your accountant in your discussions. 

Pat & Clayton Woodrum

Tulsa Botanic Garden Legacy Society

"We have both been involved with the Tulsa Botanic Garden since the beginning 22 years ago. At that time, Tulsa was the only city of its size that didn’t have a true botanical garden. A garden with strong educational and research components. A garden for all age groups with something to offer for everyone. It was envisioned that someday, the Garden would be recognized internationally as one of the finest in the United States.

Today, the 170 acre garden located in the beautiful rolling Osage Hills is recognized as one of the finest in the region. There are beautiful floral gardens, a children’s interactive garden, water features, and hiking trails. There are also many places to sit quietly and enjoy the tranquilly of the surroundings. In addition, numerous programs and classes are offered along with many other activities. It is also a place for birthday parties, weddings, and memorial services. There is something for everyone.

It is because of all of the above, that we became members of the Legacy Society and will be leaving a portion of our estate to the Garden."

- Pat and Clayton Woodrum

For more information about the Legacy Society, contact the Director of Development at 918 289-0330.